Dartmouth Native American Studies (NAS)/Community Open House

Friday, May 11, 2018, 9:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

Join us for a specialized immersive campus visit day to explore our Native American Studies Program (NAS), one example among many of Dartmouth’s interdisciplinary liberal arts experience. We will celebrate Dartmouth’s historic commitment to Indigenous people and highlight the way NAS students and faculty examine issues with an Indigenous focus, using that lens in areas such as Environmental Studies, Government, Law, Literature, History, Anthropology, and Philosophy. This visit day is for prospective students, families, and educators interested in Native American Studies, the Indigenous Community at Dartmouth, or any aspects of interdisciplinary study.

In keeping with Dartmouth’s small, close-knit community, attendance at this special program will be kept low to ensure each participant has a hands-on experience. All are welcome, but registration is required.

During this unique visit, you will

  • Experience Dartmouth classroom life with Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Native American Studies Dr. Nicholas Reo.
  • Sit in on a campus information session covering all aspects of the admissions and financial aid processes.
  • Take a tour of campus, led by our student tour guides.
  • Enjoy a panel of students and alumni discussing a broad range of topics including student life and the campus community.


Stay for Dartmouth's 46th Annual Powwow!

We have intentionally scheduled our open house the day prior to Dartmouth’s 46th annual Powwow, which draws over a thousand visitors to campus. We invite you to stay for this celebration of community, culture, and tradition.